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culture and team is a key to our success. >> the governor of indiana will love you all of the employees win and if you sell or not you provide a chunk of tax revenue to the state of indiana. competitive threats i apologize i did not read the s1, i'm not like him, i sleep occasionally. what are the competitive threats for exact target? >> this is a big market growing quickly and for us it's really more about execution than it is competitive risk and our big vision is about how to help organizations tie all interactive and digital channels together and we are well positioned to capture the market opportunity. >> it will be exact target field or lucas still? >> stay tuned. >> scott dorsey, thank you and all of the employees that came in from indianapolis, thank you. >> good job. [ applause ] >> come up -- >> midwest nice. >>> the ceo of vantiv and what it holds for debit card purchases. much more "squawk on the street" straight ahead. the freedom you can only get from hertz to keep the car you reserved or simply choose another. and it's free. ya know, for whoever you are that day. it's jus
for 2012. >>> tweet time on this monday. "john carter" was billed by disney executives as indiana joans meets mars. it's more like "ishtar" meets kazakhstan. >> we're hopeful for that movie. we have a lot invested in it. and we've got to understand the great creator, great director who has done some great work for us at pixar. we believe in him and we believe in the movie he's made. >> captain john carter, virginia. >> virginia. virginia. >> okay. brings us to our twitter question for the morning. we want to know how disney would have been better off spending that $250 million. you can tweet us. our twitter handle is@cnbc. >>> it's a lot of money. to be fair, they did make, i think, 70 overseas so the at trabtive to get our money back. >> a lot of movies are now made for the overseas market as much as domestically. if you watched the clip from "star wars," by the way, it would have looked just as silly. you can't judge based on 20 seconds. >> right. >> long but don't prosper. look. we're giving iger a hard time. disney is a stock i have liked on "mad money" for the duration because thes
's kumbaya, baby. i remember when woodson was the star of indiana. remember that? >> yes. i look at the cacophony. it makes it more difficult i think. i don't really want to know there's discordant voices. i want to know we've got a fed chief. while everybody has a right to argue in the room -- >> you have to hand it to ben bernanke. regardless of what the more hawkish members of the fed come out and say, he's the one making the call. >> he's from princeton. they had those debating clubs -- the dinner clubs we weren't allowed to join. what i find is, is that he does have a debating style. but in the end there is a conclusion. >> we're going to head down to rick santelli momentarily. about 30 seconds or so. real quickly on b of a -- >> about to get the industrial production figures. >> that stock up sharply. 66%. do you think it has more to run? we're going to get to rick santelli. >> i thought they would fail. i thought they would fail the stress test and city would pay us the stress test. completely wrong in that we're still living with the shock that bank of america passed whic
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